Transportation Options

Need help getting around the City of Cambridge? The City has multiple transportation options to choose from!

Move your City


Avoid the traffic and hop on a bike for your commute. With over 280km of off-street trails and on-street bike routes, think of the places you can go! Discover the freedom and independence that cycling offers ot people of all ages. Check out the Cycling page for more information.

bike your city


The benefits of living in a walkable community are endless. Walking is a great way to see parts of the City you normally wouldn't see by car. The City has fantastic trails great for walking. Choose to walk to work or school and experience the advantages that walking brings. Check out the Trails page for more information. 

walk your city


92% of Cambridge residents live within walking distance of 30-minute transit service. Ask your employer about joining TravelWise (free 2-year membership for Cambridge businesses) to recieve 15% off GRT transit passes.

Grand River Transit (GRT) provides local bus service in the Region of Waterloo, including the city of Cambridge. Our main bus station is the Ainslie Street Transit Terminal at 35 Ainslie Street South in downtown Cambridge.

Go Transit offers bus service to the Greater Toronto Area. Go buses stop in the Cambridge SmartCentre on Hespeler Road near Highway 401. Go Bus Route 25 provides service from Kitchener to Mississauga.

Coach Canada also offer bus service from Cambridge to other cities.

bus your city


Reduce traffic, save $ and improve air quality by sharing your ride. There are two MTO carpool lots in Cambridge located adjacent to the 401 at Townline Road and at Homer Watson/Fountain St. 

The GoTravelWise online tool offers employees of a TravelWise organization a carpool-matching feature to find a carpool partner to carpool/rideshare with. Users of the GoTravelWise tool can also log their trips where they can track the number of trips made, total distance, estimated amount of money saved, estimated amount of emissions avoided, and estimated number of calories burned, tracking the overall impact of their commutes.


The Region of Waterloo is currently offering free two-year TravelWise Memberships to workplaces located in Cambridge! 

Contact TravelWise or 519-575-4400 for more information. 


This opportunity is funded through the Region's Transit Supportive Strategy for the City of Cambridge.

carpool your city

CommunAuto provides carsharing services in the City of Cambridge.

Gain access to two vehicles and reserve at a low cost for a half-hour, an hour, a day or longer. Located in downtown Galt, there are two vehicles available 24/7. Take them to the local grocery store or anywhere in North America!

Consider carsharing if you want to:

  • Free yourself from the expense of a primary vehicle
  • Supplement walking, biking or busing
  • Free yourself from the commitment of a second car
  • Spend less, drive less, connect with your community and reduce your carbon footprint.

CommunAuto provides two Toyota Prius Hybrids in downtown Cambridge at the following locations:

  • Civic Square Parking Lot (50 Dickson Street)
  • Beverly Street Parking Lot (15 Beverly Street)

Learn about active transportation as another green option

The Kitchener VIA and GO Station is the closest train station to the City of Cambridge, located at 126 Weber Street West in downtown Kitchener.

VIA Rail Canada trains travel from this station to London and Toronto. GO Trains travel to and from the Greater Toronto Area. All train routes include several stops along the way.

 Golden Triangle Taxi is the local taxi service company in Cambridge. Call (519) 740-2222 to get a taxi.